Connected Construction: The Engineer's Perspective
Over 50% of engineers use digital workflows and are reaping the benefits of driving adoption across the design and construction industry. Engineers’ use of digital workflows is connecting departments across their companies and their digital engagement is likely to grow. This report gives an in-depth perspective on exactly how engineers benefit from connected, digital workflows and where there is room for improvement.
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Highlights in this 33-page report:
Need for Consolidation Continues
In order to successfully implement digital workflows, engineers continue to struggle with an unwieldy, disconnected tech stack.
Levels of Engineer Satisfaction
Engineers who use digital workflows are far more satisfied with their connections with stakeholders.
Areas of Investment
Design-related workflows are top areas of investment for engineers who currently use digital workflows and those who do not.
Value from Digital Workflows
Of engineers who use digital workflows report that they experience improved project outcomes as a result
Positive Project Outcomes
Of engineers report that internal digital workflows increase their labor productivity
“80% of engineers from large companies report high engagement with digital technologies with 25% using a single connected construction solution. “
Donna Laquidara-Carr PhD, LEED AP Research Director Industry Insights